An overview of “halam avaz mishe” a popular song by” dadmehr” a young talented Iranian singer.
New Research has shown that music has a calming effect on the brain due to increased oxytocin levels.
Oxytocin is a powerful hormone and a neurotransmitter,
and because it plays an important role in creating an emotional bond between mother and child, it is also known as “love hormone” or “hug hormone”.
This powerful hormone is also produced in men and women in love, but not just in romantic relationships.
Oxytocin also affects the function of the brain and nervous system, and also affects routine feelings and emotions.
Examination of those who underwent open-heart surgery showed that oxytocin levels in those who listened to soothing music for 30 minutes the day after surgery increased significantly
compared with those who slept alone in bed.
Slow-paced music not only increases oxytocin, but also increases heart rate variability.
For instance, based on “harja beri” the very pleasant song of “Dadmehr” an Iranian singer, which is a love song;
The melody is wonderfully associated with the lyrics, and even in some parts of the lyrics there is a brief reference to the effect that love and music have on the human body.
In this part, he describes love by this sentence that “love is calmer than sleep, sweeter than the dream”.
Dadmehr (the singer of this music) is a good musician artist and in fact a young inventor who has succeeded not only in the field of electronic sciences,
which is one of his main proficiencies, but also in the fields of astronomy, psychology, management, and business.
Hence In addition to singing equally, he has tremendous achievements.
According to him, one of his great childhood interests has been music and singing so far;
Despite his remarkable scientific achievements and outstanding activities in other fields, he never gave up on his childhood dream.
His inner passion led him to the path of music and singing; surprisingly, he was able to attract many people’s attention and gain great popularity among his listeners by his first music.
It is nice to note that singing does not affect the secretion of oxytocin.
Researchers have found that 30 minutes of singing a day increases oxytocin levels (no matter how much you enjoy singing) whether you are a professional or non-professional singer.
So perhaps this is why mothers often sing lullabies to their babies, as this strengthens the mother’s emotional bond with her child by increasing oxytocin.
In addition, producing music also increases oxytocin level and reduces stress.
At last, love, and music are two inseparable phenomena in the history of human civilization, and regardless of their incredible and extraordinary effects,
it is a glorious and important achievement for all people.